Tuft & Needle Mattress Review [+ Giveaway]

Posted October 16, 2014 6:30 am by with 194 comments

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Hey guys! We’re doing our first ever giveaway here on Rockstar Finance, and if you’ve been in the market for a new bed then today’s your lucky day :)

I feel like mattresses are always the things we NEED to upgrade over time but rarely do. Mainly, cuz, you know, it costs money. And there’s “nothing wrong” with our current 15 y/o bed even though the experts would say differently, haha… But it’s true – decrepit mattresses are bad for backs, sleeping, yada yada yada.

Anyways, we recently scored a new bed last year that my wife coincidentally won off a blog herself, so instead of me testing out these bad boys from Tuft & Needle, instead I got my good friend Caroline to play around with them to see what she thought.

Here’s Caroline’s review below, and then if you’re interested in scoring a free one yourself, you can learn how to enter this giveaway right after.

A Little About Tuft & Needle:

  • Started by two guys who wanted to offer a thoughtfully crafted mattress at a fair price
  • Currently the #1 rated mattress on Amazon.com
  • Mattresses range from $200-$600
  • Comes with a 30-day return policy 100-day return policy! (They updated it!)
  • And free shipping
  • There’s no middleman whatsoever (thus, the low price tag)
  • And they donate one bed for every 100 they sell

Tuft & Needle Mattress Review

I’ve spent the last month sleeping on a new foam mattress from TuftAndNeedle.com, an upstart company from two guys who hated shopping for mattresses. With little to go on besides a desire to change the marketplace, they’ve developed a comfortable, affordable mattress that can change your sleep, change your life, and possibly even change the world.

The First Day

I ordered a queen sized, 10-inch mattress, as I had an existing box spring and frame. It arrived fast—I could count the days on one hand. It arrived in a very tall box, and the mattress was vacuum-sealed inside, all wound up. The box was quite heavy—they warn you that it’s about 65 pounds and strongly recommend having two people to carry and open the box.

My husband, ever the optimist, went about this task on his own. He managed it quite well until he finished cutting through the plastic wrapping the mattress. When it popped out into its full shape, he found himself pinned to the wall! He did manage to get the mattress properly placed on the bed, but let this be a warning to all.

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Another fair warning: Because Tuft & Needle ships the mattress to you, you’re responsible for hauling away your old one. Tuft & Needle recommends contacting the Salvation Army, who will pick up a mattress.

The mattress was gorgeous. I could hardly bear to put sheets on it. The foam is soft in texture but provides just the right amount of support when you put weight on it. The first time I sat on the mattress, I groaned aloud; it was luxurious. The materials are eco-friendly and gorgeously crafted cotton fibers with a low-VOC polyurethane cover.

The First Night

Both my husband and I have had back problems for many years, which weren’t helped by our sleeping on a 20-year-old spring mattress (I wish I were kidding). We had fantasies of our first night on the Tuft & Needle mattress being our best night of sleep in years.

The truth is, switching to any new mattress takes a bit of adjusting. While the new foam mattress felt incomparably better than the old spring thing, we both found ourselves waking up to readjust throughout the night.

The First Week

While I continued to wake up occasionally at night to use the loo or tend to a crying child (for which there is no miraculous mattress cure, sadly), I realized I was no longer waking up every time my husband readjusted his position. The Tuft & Needle foam adjusted for him but stayed in place on my side of the bed. This was a glorious coup, as it reduced by at least half the number of times I woke up at night.

I work from home about once a week. With the new Tuft & Needle mattress, I was able to work from the bed for hours and stay comfortable. I was never able to work from the bed for even an hour with the old spring. The mattress supports my legs and rear end without any tingling or numbness.

The First Month

The first month is crucial, and I think it’s why the company offers an unheard-of 100-day, money-back guarantee. At any point in the first 100 days, you can return your mattress for a full refund. Yes, you read that right. A.full.refund. If your experience is anything like mine, you won’t even consider it.

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Now at the end of my first month, I rarely awaken throughout the night (child-related awakenings excepted, of course). I used to wake up when my arm went numb from sleeping on my side; that stopped happening after the first 10 days on the new mattress.

I discovered newfound, and profound, joy in sleeping on my stomach with this Tuft & Needle mattress. It provides support in just the right ways, and if I roll over, it doesn’t take a long time for the mattress to re-shape itself.

Final Take-Aways

The Tuft & Needle mattress offers a huge improvement in comfort and quality over a standard, spring mattress, for a fraction of the cost. Yes, it costs less than a spring mattress and is significantly less expensive than other foam mattresses.

Customer service and support are top-notch—I received regular emails after ordering and receiving my mattress. The 100-day trial simply won’t be found anywhere else, and if for some reason you do return your mattress, the company will still put it to good use. Ninety-five percent of returned mattress are donated to charity.

In addition, for every 100 beds they sell, Tuft & Needle donate a bed to underprivileged children who sleep on the floor.

There’s just no reason to buy a retail mattress anymore. Avoid the mark-up and the hassles of returning a mattress you don’t like; Tuft & Needle have changed the way you buy mattresses.

Want a FREE Tuft & Needle Mattress For Yourself?

If you liked what you read (and saw) up there, follow the below rules to enter the giveaway:

  1. Visit tuftandneedle.com
  2. Tell me the mattress you want
  3. Tell me how old your current one is (and/or why you should win)

Drop your answers in the comments below by Thursday, October 23rd and you’ll be automatically entered to win :) U.S. residents only, sorry!

GIVEAWAY OVER: The lucky winner is.. Kasia! Thanks for entering everyone… Google around for other Tuft & Needle giveaways going on as I know a handful of my other blogger friends are doing them as well. Thx for reading Rockstar Finance! :)

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[Big thanks again to the Tuft & Needle crew for hooking us up today. Especially co-founder Daehee Park who was nothing but professional and *passionate* about what his company is doing. It’s no wonder their mattresses are so highly rated – they care about their customers!]

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194 responses to Tuft & Needle Mattress Review [+ Giveaway]

  1. E October 16th, 2014 at 7:30 am

    I’m interested in the Ten in a full size. I need a mattress because I haven’t been able to afford one. I was able to leave my home in CA and put myself thru school in upstate NYC. When i was 21 i had my first heart operation for a preventative measure. My first few years when i started my career I was lucky to stay on my cousins couch while i paid off medical and school bills. When I was able to get my own place a few years later my friend from work gave me her mattress. I’m currently 29, and still have the old mattress. I’ve been suffering from shoulder and back pain for years. I would love to have a good night sleep.

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  2. Rockee Dory October 16th, 2014 at 7:35 am

    10″ mattress (king size). My current mattress is 5 years old. I have been frugally taking care of it all these years. But it is ready to be replaced by a newer, awesome mattress like the one from tuft and needle.

    Cheers!

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  3. Virginia C. October 16th, 2014 at 8:06 am

    The Ten in a queen size would be perfect! My husband and I have had the same mattress since we got married… 16 years ago.

    (Don’t judge me!!)

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  4. Patricia October 16th, 2014 at 8:09 am

    I hope to win the Ten mattress in Queen size. Our mattress is at least 15 years old, so it is certainly time to consider options for replacement. Kudos to Tuft & Needle for their initiative in starting this venture and the success they have already achieved!

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  5. Mike Kowalski October 16th, 2014 at 8:17 am

    Queen 10 inch mattress looks nice. Not sure how old our current mattress is. My wife brought it with her when we were married. I think between 5 and 9 years old. However, it’s a very firm mattress and we both have back aches every morning after sleeping on it all night.

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  6. Diane October 16th, 2014 at 8:25 am

    Thanks for this opportunity! I would love to be proud owner of a new, 10″ Queen size Tuft and Needle mattress. My husband and I have had our squashed, flimsy innerspring mattress for fifteen years. As you might imagine, it’s time for a new one! We’re soon to be empty nesters and as we start this new chapter in our lives, it would be wonderful to have a new mattress as well! Cheers!!

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  7. Holly Sanford October 16th, 2014 at 8:43 am

    I would love the 10 in a queen size. I am not sure how old my current mattress is, I inherited it about 8 or 9 years ago from my parents when they purchased a sleep-number bed so I’m sure they’d had it for at least 10 years prior to that.

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  8. JTN October 16th, 2014 at 8:48 am

    10″ queen. My current mattress is…doing the math…11 years old. Purchased it at the start of grad school in 2003. I’ve moved that mattress…7 times now, married, and started a real career since first purchasing it on sale. It’s probably time to upgrade.

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  9. Joanna October 16th, 2014 at 8:50 am

    I would really like a new king size 10″ mattress. Ours is not that old but we paid a lot for it thinking it would last. :( Both sides have valleys in them and I think it is causing a lot of our back issues.. Really like the site and that mattresses can be affordable. Just wish I would of know about these guys when we bought ourcurrent mattress. Thank you for letting us know about this company!

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  10. Brandi Cash October 16th, 2014 at 8:56 am

    Ten inch queen mattress.

    To be honest with you, our mattress was purchased in 1996 by my ex-husband and I. I’m with a new husband but never did replace the mattress because it’s so much money. It’s no wonder we wake up stiff and sore.

    Thank you!

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  11. Richard October 16th, 2014 at 9:16 am

    Thanks for the giveaway. Would love to have the 10″ queen mattress. Just checked the date on my current mattress and it’s a vintage 1975 model…yikes!

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  12. Samantha October 16th, 2014 at 9:32 am

    I’d like the 10″ queen size.

    Our mattress isn’t 20 years old, haha. But it is about 5 years old, and we don’t have a mattress in the guest bedroom at all. It would be so nice to get a new mattress for us, and put our old one in the guest room for when friends stay over, they don’t have to sleep on the couch with the dog bothering them.

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  13. Heather October 16th, 2014 at 9:36 am

    Queen 10″

    This couldn’t have come at a better time. I’ve been thinking about upgrading our mattress, which we got for free in 2008 from a resort nearby! Just like you said, I never want to drop the $ on a new mattress, but I should. I also wake up at night with my arm numb, tingly, and asleep. It’s the worst. I just decided last summer to switch careers and become a nurse! I’ve always prided myself on being debt free. I’m paying for nursing school out of pocket and a free mattress would be so amazing right now! Either way, I love this website!! Keep it up :-)

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  14. Kaitlin October 16th, 2014 at 9:41 am

    i would love to win the 10 inch queen size matress. My current one is 15 years old and isn’t too comfortable. My husband and I are saving to buy our first house so a matress isn’t top priority

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  15. Preston October 16th, 2014 at 9:44 am

    Would love the TEN inch QUEEN please!

    Have a mattress that is over 10+ years old that has been passed down by family. Embarrassing to say, it’s filled with ‘unknown’ stains with multiple springs that are broken inside. I’m also sharing it with my gf who has sclerosis in her back and the subpar form of the bed isn’t doing her back any favors. We also live in our apartment and with our new mission to be more frugal and the fact that we are also getting by from the ocean of bills and rent, we unfortunately have to put buying off a new mattress or anything new away for the foreseeable future as whats left of our income will have to go to groceries and bills/rent and credit card debt. With that said, having a new mattress would be a godsend! Its not that we want one but we also NEED one really badly as well. It would also dramatically help my gf’s back with the new support and structure and will help her sleep well moving forward. I know there are alot of other people who need a mattress as much or more than us but it would mean the world. we are avid readers of your blog and the advice and wisdom thus far have been implemented with saving and budgeted and i am hopeful for our future. Either way, thank you for considering us!

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  16. Julie October 16th, 2014 at 9:53 am

    I would love the Ten Queen mattress. My husband and I have been talking about a new mattress for a while. I have never heard of Tuft&Needle but I’m glad you told me about them. What a great idea to sell mattress online and avoid paying mark-up. I dislike mattress salesman and never feel like they are telling the truth.

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  17. Evan October 16th, 2014 at 9:53 am

    That 10” king would be amazing! I should win not only because my mattress is old and in dire need of being replaced (as my back reminds me constantly), but also because–if these mattresses are all they’re cracked up to be–I’ll likely become a major Tuft & Needle ambassador, as I tend to direct all my friends and family to a product once I’ve fallen in love with it. I can be very persuasive!

    Thanks for the opportunity.

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  18. Holly October 16th, 2014 at 9:54 am

    I would love a 10″ Queen. My fiance’ and I have been using his old mattress-so old I made him put a piece of plywood under it because it was sagging…we were rolling into one another. That’s cute when you first start dating but years in, it gets annoying. I guess more than anything, it would be nice to have a new fresh mattress to start our financially frugal future together.

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  19. Ryan October 16th, 2014 at 10:09 am

    I’d go with the 5″ queen size mattress. Our current mattress is about 15 years old. It’s comfortable for one person, but with two people, you both roll toward the middle. Not always as fun as it sounds! ;)

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  20. Alfie October 16th, 2014 at 10:13 am

    Wow, what an awesome concept. I’d love a 5″ queen size! My current mattress is a futon…enough said :)

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  21. Suzy Newman October 16th, 2014 at 10:18 am

    On October 21st I will be a 76 year old grandmother who has been having back pain every morning. My lumpy mattress is about 15 years old. I live in a low income senior apartment and a new mattress would come under the category of “luxury”. I have tried to find employment since losing my job to a much younger person almost two years ago. I am thankful for the opportunity to receive a 10″ full size mattress from Tuft & Needle making it an awesome birthday present. Thank you.

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  22. Heath Stoner October 16th, 2014 at 10:18 am

    I would like the queen size 10″ mattress. I have been married to my bride and wife of my youth for 16 years and have the same mattress. I would like a new mattress for the simple fact that my wife deserves it. She is the most loving, caring, others oriented, selfless, gentle, burden-bearer, exceptional person that I know. She runs Alisa school of excellence for our 3 children and needs a mattress that can rejuvenate her for 8 hours a night. I humbly ask you to allow me to give this to her for her birthday :-)

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  23. Aimee October 16th, 2014 at 10:19 am

    I want the 5″ full size. My mattress is about 4 years old, but I get a sore back easily because I’m a weak sissy.

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  24. Alexander B. Nuttall October 16th, 2014 at 10:26 am

    I would like the 10″ Queen size. My wife and I bought ours in 2005 before we were married. We knew we were a hot item and that we wanted to sleep on a great space. Our mattress is a bit worn now and lumpy. We still enjoy being together and to have a good night sleep would do us wonders. Thank you for this opportunity and may the best sleeper win!

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  25. Glen Craig October 16th, 2014 at 10:34 am

    Queen 10″

    I don’t recall how old our mattress is but I know we got it before our second child so at least 7+ years old. Ours is getting creaky. We’ve shared that mattress with our last three kids at various times. We’d love a new one and something close to a good night of sleep.

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  26. Mary Krauss October 16th, 2014 at 10:35 am

    My husband and I are newlyweds currently sleeping on a full sized mattres I took from my Dad’s house when I left home. It is over 20 years old. He is in school full time and goes to school 4 hours away. He works part time but my full time job supports both of us. With two apartments and paying for his school and my student loans, we are not able to afford a new mattress. We would be thrilled with the 10 inch King sized if chosen as the winner. Thank you!

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  27. lORI HILL October 16th, 2014 at 10:45 am

    Would LOVE to experience a full night sleep as you have found. My husband and I are in desperate need of a new one. The Tuft & Needle Mattresses sound great! If you say they’re good, we know it will be. Every time one of us moves in our bed the other wakes up. Our current mattress is a floor model that we bought at least 15 years ago. Really, time for a new one. If your’s fits the bill, we’ll be happy to spread the word. cheers/thanks/LORI HILL – Waterloo, ON Canada

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    • lORI HILL October 16th, 2014 at 10:47 am

      Sorry, I forgot to mention that each of us has made our own little hammock nest on our side of the bed. Its like rolling over a speed bump in the middle. Sheesh. Given our queensize, low profile bedframe, I think the 10″ would be best suited. Again, Many thanks. Lori

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  28. Nancy Black October 16th, 2014 at 10:54 am

    I just spent a long time looking at the tuft & Needle site. I’ve never seen such a wonderful company before.. My Mattress is from 1970..It’s a full size with springs poking through the material. I’ve tried layering it with cardboard(doesn’t work!) Plywood, still doesn’t work.(More springs pop up and out.)

    I love that it’s USA made, no middlemen, socially responsible, and the list goes on & on! Whoever wins this contest will be Blessed twice over.

    Blessings & Joy to all.

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  29. Shaun October 16th, 2014 at 11:11 am

    The Ten, Queen size.

    Our current mattress is a little over 10 years old. It doesn’t bother me much, but my wife sometimes sleeps on the couch because she says the mattress causes her back pain. We’ve gone mattress shopping, but anything we found comfortable was a few thousand bucks, so we haven’t bought one. This looks like a pretty sweet mattress so I’d definitely like to check it out.

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  30. Ben October 16th, 2014 at 11:19 am

    Great review! We just bought a new house and are in the market for a new bed, so we will definitely consider Tuft and Needle! For the contest, would love to win a 10 inch in a king size.
    thank you!
    Ben

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  31. Annie Chang October 16th, 2014 at 11:31 am

    Hi, I would like a 10″ Queen Size mattress.
    I have been sleeping on my mattress for probably around 25 years. It’s not really a mattress either, just a layer of foam and blankets on a wooden frame. I probably should upgrade it soon.

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  32. Julia October 16th, 2014 at 11:36 am

    The 10″ queen size mattress would be amazing! Current mattress is pushing 25+….

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  33. Michelle October 16th, 2014 at 11:42 am

    Great giveaway! I would love to win a ten inch queen sized mattress. I am entering to win it for my brother-in-law because he actually just mentioned that he would love a new mattress :)

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  34. Meaghan October 16th, 2014 at 11:45 am

    I’d love the 10″ queen – my mattress is 10 years old, and I’ve been starting to shop around for a new one. Great review and giveaway!

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  35. Naomi October 16th, 2014 at 11:46 am

    The 10″ queen is exactly what we need!

    Currently we have a latex mattress that we bought in 2001. During a recent file purge, I actually found the receipt. We paid $1,500 for it. According to the CPI inflation calculator, that is $2,014.56 in 2014 dollars. That. Is. Ridiculous. I would not pay $2,014.56 for a mattress today.

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  36. Bri October 16th, 2014 at 11:50 am

    Hi There!

    I’m interested in the 10 in a queen size.

    My current mattress is hand-me-down from someone in my family and is easily 15+ years old. In addition to the squeaking and sagging, the edges are covered in what can only be presumed to be rust stains. My boyfriend cannot sleep in the bed because of his bad back. Perhaps the worst part of the mattress however, is that certain… adult activities… have been deemed too difficult because of how squishy it is. If that isn’t a reason for a new mattress, I don’t know what is!

    Thanks!

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  37. Gina October 16th, 2014 at 11:52 am

    I like that the 10″ has a higher weight capacity, and we’d need a Cal King (my husband is 6’5″). Our mattress is 11 years old but has never been comfortable enough, and now that I”m over 40 I notice the backaches and neck tweaks even more.

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  38. Doris Sayyadeth October 16th, 2014 at 11:59 am

    I would like a twin size Five mattress. I’ve had my mattress for about two years now and it’s so hard and has no memory!!!

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  39. Lisa SG October 16th, 2014 at 12:10 pm

    I would love the 10″ full mattress. My mattress is the only mattress I’ve ever had….and I’m 34 years old. So I’m guessing the mattress is at least 32 years old. A new mattress has always been on my list, but different life circumstances/emergencies have needed my savings more.

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  40. Kelly D October 16th, 2014 at 12:32 pm

    I would like the 10 inch King Mattress. We’ve had our mattress for about 12 years now and it’s starting to show it’s age.

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  41. Stephanie E. October 16th, 2014 at 1:05 pm

    I’d love to have a 10′” King.

    Our mattress was a hand-me down and I’m not exactly sure how long my mother had it before us. We’ve had it for 10 years. I’d love to replace the mattress but its currently not on our list of needs in terms of finances while trying to pay down student loans and a mortgage.

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  42. Mercedes October 16th, 2014 at 2:06 pm

    I would love to get a twin or full sized mattress, not for me but for one of my niece. I donated my 11 year old full sized IKEA mattress and an old twin mattress that I had received from my step mother that has to be at least that old to my brother because he didn’t have the money to buy his (step)kids new mattresses. He works hard and I would love to be able to gift him a newer mattress for at least one of my nieces.

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  43. Woody October 16th, 2014 at 2:08 pm

    My wife and I have kicked around upgrading our queen mattress ever since we were married. It’s her mattress from her childhood home. She drug it to college, grad school and now into our 8th year of marriage. Our new baby (born 2 months ago) has stopped all talk in our house of upgrading due to cost. Despite having back problems since college (and only made worse from lifting our 10lb newborn) I still cant come to grips with spending what retailers charge for new mattresses. A 10″ Queen Tuft & Needle mattress would really be great.
    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  44. Paula October 16th, 2014 at 2:25 pm

    I would love to get the 10″ King mattress. Our memory foam mattress is only 2 years old but for some reason, (darn Amazon advertise it wrong or we didn’t pay attention when we bought it) it’s way to soft for us. I can’t sit on it comfortably by the bed side. I can’t wait to replace.

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  45. Kelly S. October 16th, 2014 at 3:19 pm

    The Ten in a size Full would be perfect. My three year old is ready to transition out of her toddler bed and into her first big girl bed. She may be in this bed for the rest of her childhood and teenage years so I’d like to make she starts out right. Thanks for the opportunity to win and for letting us know about a great option.

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  46. Nicole October 16th, 2014 at 3:26 pm

    The 10″ Queen. Not sure how old my mattress is as I inherited it but my boyfriend and I are moving in together and sure could use a mattress of our own.

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  47. Erin October 16th, 2014 at 4:47 pm

    10″ queen. Current mattress is about 15 months old, purchased a floor model when we moved across the country. I’d like to win for guests — our couch isn’t great for sleeping purposes :)

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  48. Francisco October 16th, 2014 at 5:16 pm

    Thanks for the contest J. Money!
    I would like the 10″ King. Our current mattress is 8 years old. It would make life a little roomier for my wife and our new baby, certainly more so than our Full futon that we are using. Thanks for your website, wisdom, and now, contest.

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  49. Francisco October 16th, 2014 at 5:30 pm

    Dear J Money,
    I would like to add that regardless about winning, I will buy a Tuft & Needle mattress for our next mattress purchase. After checking out more about their products, I am impressed by not only the quality of the product and materials used, but also by their philanthropy. As I work with children in foster care, it is great to see that they support kids caught up in the system. Thanks!

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    • J. Money October 25th, 2014 at 4:51 pm

      That’s awesome you work with foster children – you are an angel :)

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  50. Anne Marie Lareau October 16th, 2014 at 6:18 pm

    I would LOVE a 10″ king Tuft and Needles mattress!!! I have been complaining about our 18+ year old hand-me-down mattress for years. The divots are epic! It’s as if we have 2 nests instead of a mattress. We have started to look at new mattresses a couple of times but then get quickly overwhelmed and give up. My bed is for the birds! I would be ever so grateful for many great nights sleep

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  51. Kirstin October 16th, 2014 at 7:42 pm

    I would love to win a 5″ full size for my son. He will be 5 on Halloween and is still sleeping in his crib turned toddler bed, and cannot stretch out fully due to his height and the length of his bed. :( We have been trying to save up for a new bed for him, but have been dealing with a sick infant and have not found the funds unfortunately. If I could give him a new bed for his birthday that would be amazing!

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  52. Sally October 16th, 2014 at 7:59 pm

    The 10-inch full. I’ve had my mattress for ten years, and it was in sad shape when I got it as a hand-me-down ten years ago.

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  53. Joanne October 16th, 2014 at 8:21 pm

    The 10 Full Size would be perfect! My mattress burned in a house fire and I’ve been using a hand-me down. It’s horrible. My “posterior” forms a dip that never goes away. Ever. Very uncomfortable. It’s a pillow top so I can’t just turn it over. My dog has even made his own sinkhole dip on the other side!

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  54. Randy October 16th, 2014 at 8:46 pm

    The 10″ Queen. My mattress is only about six years old, but this is a chance for a free upgrade. I like free.

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  55. Sarah W October 16th, 2014 at 10:19 pm

    We would love to score a king size Ten mattress! My husband and I celebrated our first anniversary in June, and the mattress we’ve been sharing was his before it became ours. He estimates it’s 12-14 years old, and it would be great to replace with one that supports our backs better! We’re so focused on saving up for our first house and dealing with daily living that the mattress replacement has been put on the back burner. Thanks for the giveaway opportunity!

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  56. RJ October 16th, 2014 at 10:23 pm

    Hi! I am interested in The 10 in a size Queen. I should win because I am committed to the more minimalistic simple lifestyle and I have been sleeping on a futon with a 15 year old mattress while saving for financial independence. I Appreciate the compilation of sound articles and advice read here. Keep up the great work!

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  57. kristen mcclary October 17th, 2014 at 12:55 am

    i would choose a 10 inch because it looks so comfortable in a california king we have owned our mattress for 2 years but its older then that we got it from a sale after a resort close to us was closing down and getting rid of everything. but times were tough and some times you just have to do what you have to do

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  58. Kathryn October 17th, 2014 at 1:57 am

    I’m interested in a 10″ queen mattress. It’s actually for my parents – their mattress is over 20 years old, money is tight for them, and my father has terrible back problems. It would be a fantastic Christmas present for the two of them!

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  59. Adrienne October 17th, 2014 at 5:30 am

    The Ten in a cal King please! Our current mattress is 13 years old and has matching his and hers divots. We need to replace it, but that never make it to the top of the to do list…

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  60. Laura October 17th, 2014 at 7:00 am

    I’ve got my eye on the 10inch Queen!

    Since we got married, I’ve been bugging my husband about buying a new mattress; just yesterday, we celebrated our third wedding anniversary. Sometimes I can’t believe it, but we are still sleeping on a used Ikea mattress that we got for free off of Craig’s List five years ago! I think it might finally be time to get a new one :)!

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  61. Stephanie October 17th, 2014 at 8:26 am

    I would love to win the 10 inch full mattress (or really any of them) for my son. In the past year, he has graduated high school, started working full time and has managed to put himself through his first semester in college debt free. I’m definitely a proud mom :)

    We bought him his current mattress about 12 years ago when he was SEVEN and it’s about worn out. He complains about it on a regular basis but with his college tuition always looming overhead he just hasn’t made the plunge to buy a new one because he wants a “good” one and at $600+ it just doesn’t make financial sense.

    Tuft & Needle looks like a great brand, thanks for the review!

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  62. Amanda October 17th, 2014 at 8:47 am

    I would love the 10 inch in a King size. It would be for my sister, though. My mattress is 13 years old, but I’m guessing hers is at least 18 to 20. So while I’d love a new mattress, she would get first priority if a new one showed up at our house. :-)

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  63. Erin Martin October 17th, 2014 at 8:54 am

    I would love to win a 10inch King mattress for my husband and I. We both suffer from back pain (he also has neck pain and I have hip pain) and our current mattress has become just too soft for my husband. We are currently trying to save up the money for a new mattress (not putting it on a credit card!) and this would be great to get one much sooner than we could save the money for. Thank you!

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  64. Ryan H October 17th, 2014 at 9:01 am

    I would love the ten in a Queen size.

    Our mattress is from our college days, which means about 9 years old. We were thinking that after we move out of the rental we may need to upgrade! It is starting to sag on the two spots that we sleep on, even after flipping and turning the mattress. We sold our house this past summer and have been looking for a new house since then.

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  65. Robin October 17th, 2014 at 9:11 am

    I would love to have a 10 inch queen mattress. Our 3 year old just upgraded to her big girl bed, so we had to buy a mattress. We spent HOURS trying out a bunch of mattresses in the store, until they all felt the same. We ended up picking something at the last store we went to just because we were tired of it. It was a horrible experience! The mattress felt fine in the store (because we had tried so many and we were tired) but when we got it home, it was terrible! It actually didn’t fit the bed and it is killer on your back. Now we have spent 523 bucks and hate the bed. No returns. Very aggravating.

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  66. Even Steven October 17th, 2014 at 9:12 am

    10 inch Queen, please. Our mattress is straight from Craigslist, which is about 2 or 3 years old and however long this person had it, the thing was we needed a bed asap as my mother was coming to visit and I knew she wouldn’t take our bed, so yep about 3 years later, we have a used mattress from Craigslist…..

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  67. Cheryl October 17th, 2014 at 9:27 am

    I would love to try out the 10″ King! I have a six year old memory foam mattress that sleeps very hot! Waking up sweating is not fun.

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  68. Jany Richardson October 17th, 2014 at 10:11 am

    10 inch King. Been sleeping on the same mattress for the past 7 years, but my back problems got worse after having a baby last year so we are currently in the market for a new bigger mattress since the little one takes up all of the space in our queen.

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  69. John Wolf October 17th, 2014 at 10:24 am

    My dreams would come true (<– see what I did there?) with a 10" Queen sized Tuft and Needle mattress. My current mattress is about 2 years old, but makes me feel like it has added 10 years to my age. For about 12 years, I had a soft-sided waterbed that my Mom gave to me… that came with the house she bought. I have NO idea who slept on that bed… or how old it actually was. Imagine the joy of going to bed and stepping in a puddle of water because one of the tubes sprung a leak. This happened at least 4 times before I tore that thing down and replaced it. Really… who has time to mop and take a bed apart AT bedtime?? The only reason I kept up with all of that in the first place was because that bed was SO COMFORTABLE. Back problems from a bed were non-existent. Now they are. The mattress I was able to buy was $250 (borrowed) and was from a scratch and dent type store. It LOOKED new and comfy. I was told it "fell off a truck" and couldn't be sold in a retail store. (Do yourself a favor, and do not google "used mattresses sold as new".) Now, my back hurts so bad sometimes, I have to pivot on my butt to get my legs over the side so I could get up and out of bed!! New beds are so darned expensive, so I have just been living with it.

    Thank you!! :O)

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  70. phil fin October 17th, 2014 at 11:00 am

    10 inch king

    Our old mattress is one my parents handed down. Its like a first gen select comfort that’s at least 10 years old. I should win a new one because my current mattress that has a leak on on side, so i constantly have to add air. Spending money on a mattress isnt on the priority list atm, with bills and kids and such.

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  71. Ms. Mintly @ MintlyBlog October 17th, 2014 at 11:29 am

    Wow, this is awesome! We’d love the 10″ Queen size.

    When we downsized (sold our house, moved into a house where the rent is significantly cheaper than or mortgage was!), we got rid of our old Sleep Number bed (it was the lowest-cost model when we bought it a a number of years ago!) and then have been sleeping on our “guest room” bed. But man, it is WAY too soft. We are dealing with it for now because other money issues are more pressing, but it would be great to win one!

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  72. Tracy October 17th, 2014 at 11:32 am

    Our current mattress is almost 15 years old and we would love the 10″ King. With two adults (5’9″ and 6’2″), a dog, a cat, and now a toddler who loves his early morning cuddles the queen isn’t cutting it anymore…

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  73. Jesse October 17th, 2014 at 11:45 am

    I’d take the Ten Queen.

    My wife and I have had our pillow top mattress for about 8 years now. It’s still OK, but we’ve both noticed that we aren’t sleeping as well as we used to. Even if we don’t win, our next mattress might end up being Tuft and Needle. These guys look like the real deal. Of course, a free one would be nice!

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  74. AC October 17th, 2014 at 11:46 am

    I’d definitely choose the 10” queen. I’m getting married next year, and we’re currently living in a rental house where the owners had left the full bed I’m using now- the owner’s father used to live in the house until he passed away, and I have no idea how long the bed was around before that, but needless to say it’s been a long time, uncomfortable, and by the creaking, probably at least 10-15 years old. But buying a mattress of my own isn’t financially in the picture right now, so old free with the rental mattress it is, even if it doesn’t give the best sleep. Also we know that eventually after getting married we’ll be moving out of this rental and into a place of our own- hustling & saving for that downpayment now  and it would be great to start our marriage in our own (larger) bed rather than a hand-me-down!!

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  75. Chuck October 17th, 2014 at 12:31 pm

    I would like the 10″ Queen size mattress. My current mattress is 8 years old. I have constant back and neck pain and have been looking at getting a new foam mattress to replace it but am confused with the many prices available and brand loyalty that comes with them! It would be amazing to get this and see if the mattress is a big factor in causing the pain, and obviously the relief would be worthwhile and definitely keep me interested in continuing to read from all of your sites!!

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  76. jenna October 17th, 2014 at 12:37 pm

    We would love to win the 10 inch Queen Mattress. Our current mattress is 5 years old. We are newlyweds and in the process of buying our first home, so we’d also love to be able to have a guest bed!

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  77. Andrew October 17th, 2014 at 1:14 pm

    This is so awesome! My Wife and I would be interested in the queen size “The Ten” mattress. Our current mattress is approximately 16 years old. I’ve had this mattress since my early high-school days. It’s quite disgusting to think of how many years we’ve been sleeping on this mattress. I mean, cars typically don’t even last this long. I would really like to win this competition because I believe my Wife deserves a new mattress and it would be great to win it for her!

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  78. Roberta October 17th, 2014 at 1:23 pm

    I would like the 10 in a king size. We gave our daughter and her husband our old mattress three years ago, and replaced it with an innerspring by a name company. Unfortunately after only 3 years, my husband and I are once again experiencing back pain. He experienced a freak broken rib in February and is still off work. We would like to give our innerspring mattress to our daughter and use the new Tuft & Needle mattress to improve our sleep! We hope to refurbish a camper in 3-4 years and this is exactly the type mattress we would want to use there also!

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  79. Garrett October 17th, 2014 at 1:24 pm

    10″ Full. I sleep on a futon mattress that I got in college. Good timing I have been looking at their beds for awhile but just not real sure if they are for me or not.

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  80. Dave W October 17th, 2014 at 1:37 pm

    After a poor night sleep for me and my wife I got up to read this post – and I had to enter right away. We were married nearly 19 years ago and are sleeping on the same mattress we received for a wedding gift. We have time and time again been saying “we need to get a new mattress” but the needs of our children have always come first (now 13, 11, and 7). We were saving for a mattress over the winter and I was laid off from my job due to a restructuring at my work. We went into emergency fund dependency mode – we were going to be OK for a few months due to savings for such a situation, but we had to put the mattress on hold. As we were getting back on our feet, after I was fortunate to land a new job, we started to save for a mattress again. We were going to buy in the Summer, and then my wifes’ car completely died. We had to scramble to find a new car and figure out how to get rid of a dead car. By the end of summer we had found a new car (and a car payment). Now in the Fall we were ready to start building for our new mattress (and the lack of sleep was getting much worse). We saw that we might be able to buy one for our 19th wedding anniversary in December – and then this last weekend our furnace went out with over $1000 in repairs. We don’t think we will be able to purchase a new mattress now until next year. We would love to have the Ten – Queen!

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  81. DAVE October 17th, 2014 at 2:43 pm

    I would love to win the 10 inch Queen Mattress. My mattress is from when Dennis Rodman was winning world championships (1996) and not yet an “international ambassador”.

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  82. Elizabeth Hang October 17th, 2014 at 3:06 pm

    I was actually looking into Tuft and Needle!! My family just moved to a new home so I wanted to buy their 10″ Full Mattress but I’m going through financial issues and they weren’t able to offer me financing for it. (I know, financing for a $450 mattress!? I’m cheap!)

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  83. Rachel B. October 17th, 2014 at 4:14 pm

    That 10-inch king looks heavenly, I’d love to win one! Our current mattress is 7 years old, bought at a discount furniture store because that’s what we could afford at the time. Both sides have ruts in them, and with two little boys you can just imagine the horrors that lie underneath the fitted sheet. I also have spinal stenosis which causes my back to go out every now and again, and that puts me out of commission for a day or two (not to mention the medical bills that follow). My doctor says a more supportive mattress would really help with this issue, but unless he’s buying it for me I can’t get one anytime soon!

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  84. phriot October 17th, 2014 at 4:15 pm

    The 10 inch Full mattress would be great for us! Our current mattress is only about 4 years old, but it was really cheap, so it’s not aging well. I bought it for my girlfriend when she found a frame she loved, but couldn’t afford the mattress to go along with it. It followed us when we moved in together while I started working on my PhD.

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  85. Jessica October 17th, 2014 at 4:24 pm

    I would love to win the 10″ twin for my son to use. I’m not sure how old the mattress is, as it was my great-grandmother’s before she passed away 8 years ago.

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  86. Demetrius Frazier October 17th, 2014 at 4:28 pm

    My wife and I would love to win the Ten in a full size. I have a problem with my lower back and a good mattress would do wonders. Our current mattress is 15 years old and desperately needs replacing. However, it is just not in the cards for us to buy one at the moment due to debt situation, which we are hard at work trying to fix. Thanks again for the consideration.

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  87. Ray October 17th, 2014 at 5:44 pm

    I would love to have a king-sized Ten! Our current mattress is over 12 years old, and with kids jumping around… you know. :)

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  88. Rubie October 17th, 2014 at 10:00 pm

    I would LOVE to have a 10″ full size mattress Tuft and Needle mattress! I am 69 years old (young!), very active, and sad to say (and a bit ashamed, maybe) I have NEVER in my entire life had a NEW mattress. I am on social security, so the probability of EVER having a new mattress is pretty remote. The one I have now, came from a thrift store about 15 years ago, and I have no idea just how old it really is. I do know I have two memory foam toppers on it, just to compensate for the lack of comfort and support in this old mattress.

    Crossing fingers and toes and wishing . . . .

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  89. Melissa October 18th, 2014 at 7:27 am

    I am moving back to the United States after 2 years of living in South America. I will be in US for a few months before my belongs arrive and would love a 10 inch King size bed for my new place of residence, which is still to be determined. It would be great to have a bed in my new, empty house and to replace my old one. I was thinking that it would be neat as a platform bed with no box spring. Talk about low cost option for a good quality bed. Pick me for the free mattress!

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  90. Septembre October 18th, 2014 at 8:12 am

    A 10″ full mattress would be a dream to win. I just came back from trying to make it on my own in The Big Apple. All I own is what I have in my suitcase- no room for a decent mattress in there, unfortunately.
    Each day starts from scratch, with a T&N mattress each day could end peacefully.

    Even if I don’t win- I’ll still budget for my dream mattress so I guess i won in a way because when the time comes I don’t have to shop around…

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  91. Sam October 18th, 2014 at 8:53 am

    I’d love the queen-sized 10. My wife and I are sleeping on the full-sized mattress she bought (used!) about a decade ago. Real estate is tight and it’s pretty uncomfortable. We moved two weeks ago and noticed the ribbon is falling out. The springs are now visible if you lift up the fabric…literally falling apart! Anyway, a new mattress would be amazing. We are saving up to buy one next year. Thanks for the great opportunity to everyone involved!

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  92. Nicole Vosburgh October 18th, 2014 at 11:25 am

    I would love to win ‘The Ten’ in a queen size mattress. Our current mattress is a hand me down from my parents and is about 10 year old. It’s time for a new one :)

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  93. Dana Esker October 18th, 2014 at 4:54 pm

    A 10 in a King size mattress. Our current mattress is about 11 yrs old, with little valleys on each side where we sleep. With 5 kids it just hasn’t been in the budget to get a new one yet.

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  94. Amanda October 18th, 2014 at 6:10 pm

    We would love the 10″ cal king. We are expanding our family and need a larger bed to accommodate all of us. Thanks for the chance!!

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  95. Kudy October 18th, 2014 at 9:05 pm

    I’d love the 10 inch king.

    My current mattress is at least 10 years old, and was free on craigslist. It’s a queen, and I’d love a king so my dog properly fits in the middle! :-)

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  96. Jennifer H. October 19th, 2014 at 4:55 am

    I would love to win the 10 inch in king size. Our mattress is 15 years old. Wayyyyyy too old!!

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  97. Neil October 19th, 2014 at 10:35 am

    I would like the 10″ queen. My current mattress is at least 15 years old and I need a new one for my first home that I am under contract to purchase later this year.

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  98. Kristen October 19th, 2014 at 11:39 am

    I’d love a 10 in King size. Our current mattress is 20+ years old!!

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  99. Kate October 19th, 2014 at 1:31 pm

    I would use the 10″ queen size. My current mattress is 8 years old. I recently read that mattresses only last 8 years (I’m not sure if that’s true), but either way, winning a new one would be perfect!

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  100. T$ October 19th, 2014 at 3:14 pm

    10″ King. My current mattress is 6 years old and I’m done with springs poking and prodding. What is more frugal than winning a new mattress and using what you had saved to pay off debt or invest? Nada.

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  101. Rachel October 19th, 2014 at 4:36 pm

    I would love to win a 10′ king. Currently sleeping on a really old (15? Years) spring mattress. It sags really badly on one side, so my boyfriend puts a long pillow under that side to keep from falling out!

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  102. Ashley October 20th, 2014 at 12:24 am

    I’m entering because I’m about to get married! He’s really tall, and the only size bed we can both fit in comfortably (because he’s tall!) is a Cal King. Right now I’ve got a twin (the cheapest twin on the market, I’m pretty sure) — it’s about a year old and it was given to me by my mom’s cleaning lady, who took pity on my poor behind sleeping on a 12-year-old mattress (which I also shared with my son his first 18 months) and I was unable to afford a new one. (That thing was just basically a soft, padded cavern.) My fiance and I looked at our bank accounts and our budgets and realized we could EITHER have a nice bed OR we could have a cake-and-punch wedding and, you know, celebrate with the people we love. Or we could finance something, which… boo. So we decided to go for the cake and then maybe get something bigger to sleep on next year. But!! Then this came along!! And I should totally win because it’d be a spectacular gift I could give to the man I love and LOVE WINS. Just ask the Supreme Court.

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    • Ashley October 20th, 2014 at 12:26 am

      And I meant to say the 10-inch Cal King. But it’s after midnight.

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  103. De October 20th, 2014 at 7:03 am

    Yay! I would love the 10″ in a queen size!
    My current mattress is the one my boyfriend owned before we moved in together and it’s about 6 years old. Its a piece of junk. Lol We’ve tried using mattress foam and toppers to soften our sleeping experience buuuuttt It’s still a pain, literally, in our backs! LOL The new tuft and needle mattress would be amazing!

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  104. Kim Kahanic October 20th, 2014 at 9:39 am

    What a treat this would be. I’d like a 10 queen. Thanks for the chance.

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  105. Frugal Buckeye October 20th, 2014 at 12:55 pm

    I’ll take a 10 in King size please. We’ve been on our current mattress for almost 10 years so it’s getting to be time to replace it.

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  106. Teresa Tuffli October 20th, 2014 at 1:33 pm

    Hello and thanks for the giveaway opportunity!

    I’m interested in the 10″ Queen mattress. My husband and I have had our current mattress for 6 years. It is from Keetsa, a budget- and eco-friendly company based in SF. My employer gave me a gift certificate to help with the purchase 6 years ago. I was going through cancer treatment and with all the aches and pains, I wanted something supportive for my back. It has been a good mattress, but unfortunately has not been holding up the 10 years I was hoping for. Though fully recovered from treatment, some backache issues remain, and we are in the market for a new mattress. Being ultra-frugal though, we just can’t pull the trigger. If and when we do, Tuft and Needle is the way we will go, after reading countless good things about the company and the mattresses on many frugal blogs.

    Thanks for the chance to win one! :)

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  107. Andrew Schwarzt October 20th, 2014 at 3:38 pm

    I would love the 10 a nice high mattress ive been sleeping on my mattress for over 12 years its old and squeaks. THanks for the opportunity

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  108. B October 20th, 2014 at 5:22 pm

    The 10″ mattress (queen) would be awesome! Current mattress is 10+ years old. I’ve been thinking about getting a new one, but am overwhelmed with the expense and all of the choices. Thanks!!

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  109. Steve Mendoza October 20th, 2014 at 11:06 pm

    Would love a 5´.Queen. Sleeping on climbing crash pads right now :(

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  110. Ancilla J October 21st, 2014 at 1:17 am

    I’d like the 5″ XL Twin, I have a regular thing bed and its a killer on my back.

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  111. Tahirah Whittington October 21st, 2014 at 12:43 pm

    Hello,
    Thank you so much for this opportunity to win a free mattress! I would like a 10″ XL twin mattress. I am a musician with many musician friends who need a place to stay when travelling. I would love to offer them a great sleeping experience with a Tuft and Needle mattress. As a touring musician myself, I know how crucial it is to get a good night’s sleep, especially when livelihood depends on good physical health.

    Thank you again for the offer.

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  112. Joe October 21st, 2014 at 12:56 pm

    I need the Ten Queen size. Our memory foam mattress is about 10 years old. I got it from Overstock.com a while back. It’s still okay, but a nicer mattress would be great. The price isn’t bad at all. I’ll put them on my bookmark in case we don’t win the giveaway.

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  113. Kate October 22nd, 2014 at 7:29 am

    We have been looking at the 10″ King. We just moved into our first house, and are sleeping on a who-knows-how-old hand-me-down from my parents. Our bodies are very ready for a change!

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  114. Christina R. October 22nd, 2014 at 7:57 am

    king ten. Our mattress isn’t super old (3 years); however, we bought a super cheap mattress off amazon and it has not been so great. Also my husband and I bought our first house 1 year ago and still have 2 completely empty guest rooms due to frugality of paying off some debt before acquiring grown-up furniture. We would love to replace our mattress with the Tuft & needle one and let our visiting dolt (coming to visit this thanksgiving) sleep on our old bed instead of our couches :)

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  115. Mrs. WW October 22nd, 2014 at 8:12 am

    We could use a 5 full. Whether to replace the son’s current mattress (that he doesn’t complain about but is really old), to help furnish the cabin we just bought (and we want to be able to keep guests comfortably and right now we’re sleeping on the MOST uncomfortable hide-a-bed), or donate it to our church where we regularly help them move furniture for their furniture ministry for internationals (refugees and students who come with nothing and need both furniture and people to help them feel at home.) If the kid’s okay and we find a bed on Craigslist that comes with a mattress we will find a good home for it. Or you could just send us several 5 fulls and we’ll be sure to sing everyone’s praises to everyone all the time! ; ) (Heck, you’ll get close to that anyway. Tuft & Needle looks pretty cool and I already love Rockstar finance.)

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  116. John E October 22nd, 2014 at 8:31 am

    I would need the 10 Queen. My current mattress is 16 years old and I’ve been wanting to change.

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  117. Kris October 22nd, 2014 at 9:09 am

    I would love the Twin 10″ for my oldest child. She’s sleeping on a 7 year old mattress that came with the bunk bed set we bought. The mattresses that come with bunk beds in general seem to be cheaply made and ours seems to be mostly springs…

    Thank you for sharing your experience, Tuft & Needle sounds like a great company.

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  118. Pam K October 22nd, 2014 at 10:16 am

    I’d love the 10 inch queen. My back has been hurting so I just bought a used bed off of face book. I have no idea who slept in this bed or how old it is. It is kind of creeping me out.

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  119. Teresa October 22nd, 2014 at 10:17 am

    I would like the 10 in king. I could use a new matress because the one I have now, we’ve had for almost 11 yrs! Kings are expensive!! Plus I have MS and have back issues so me and the old mattress don’t always see eye to eye when it comes to back and getting out of it, b/c of the 11yr dip, can be quite challenging! So a new matress would be heaven.

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  120. Crystal October 22nd, 2014 at 10:22 am

    The Ten in Queen Size Please! Our current mattress is a 6-7 year old Tempurpedic, which is great. BUT, it cost 6 times more than this one, and I would love to see if they compare well! Plus, the mattress we like the least will still make an excellent guest bed!

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  121. Joyce McMorris October 22nd, 2014 at 10:28 am

    My Mom passed away 25 years ago and it was long before that my parents bought a new mattress. No wonder my 86 year old Dad sleeps on the sofa every night! He deals with his everyday aches and pains and never complains though he has every right to I would love to be able to provide him with a comfortable restful sleeping experience. My Pop is an awesome man, father and friend. He is generous, kind and OMG knows how to fix everything! Sleeping on a Tuft and Needle mattress would improve the quality of his life and believe me, nothing in this world could be better.

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  122. Heather October 22nd, 2014 at 10:45 am

    I would love to have the Ten Queen. My husband brought his mattress into our marriage – 14 years ago!! And I don’t even know how long he had it before we were married. We recently had to replace our bed rails because they had broken! While that helped some, we still need to replace the mattress. My hip has started hurting and I am sure it is due to the support breakdown in our current mattress. I’ve enjoyed reading all the other comments and find comfort in knowing we are not the only ones who don’t “replace every 8”!!

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  123. Laura October 22nd, 2014 at 10:49 am

    The ten in a king would be lovely.

    Why do we need it? We are moving to our retirement home but must keep our current bed here in order to stage the house to sell, so we will have NO BED :-( until the home closes escrow. We were going to bring up blankets and sleep on the floor, but a new bed would be a lot better, and a great way to celebrate retirement and finally leaving the day to day wage slavery for whatever lies ahead!

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  124. PaulaMS October 22nd, 2014 at 11:57 am

    I would love to win the 10″ Queen size mattress. My current mattress is a hand me down and I’ve had it for 5+ years. It has permanent impressions of our bodies, o it’s way past time to replace it.

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  125. Joe October 22nd, 2014 at 12:20 pm

    I would love the Five Queen. It’s great to see a quality minimalist product like this!

    I don’t even know how old my mattress is, someone gave it to me for free. Plus it’s a full, and my feet hang off the end a bit…

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  126. Rhiannon October 22nd, 2014 at 12:20 pm

    oh gosh, these mattresses look amazing! what a great vision for a company. i will certainly be referring friends regardless of the giveaway outcome.

    if i were to be chosen, we’d love a ten inch queen size mattress. our current mattress is 14 (yipes!) years old. it’s sagging in the middle but we’ve just been letting the dogs sleep there while my husband and i migrate to the outside. :) our budget says we’ll be planning for a new mattress in 2016… but i’ll have to re-run those numbers with these adjusted prices!

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  127. Megan October 22nd, 2014 at 12:42 pm

    I would love the queen sized 10 inch mattress. my mattress is only about 4 years old – however the previous mattress was about 20 years old and came from my parent’s house. I didn’t have a lot of money for a new mattress at the time when it became clear that I had to do something about the old mattress. I ended up getting the mattress I have from a store for about $400. It is an off brand and although better than the 20 year old mattress, it now has large divots where we have slept on it. Also – the 20 year old mattress is on the spare bed and is now almost 25 years old :-). I have already committed to myself that I need a new mattress within the next year, so even if i don’t win – this looks like a great company to support – and I hope that their product lasts longer and is more durable than the last one I bought out of desperation and needing something cheap.

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  128. Jeff October 22nd, 2014 at 12:47 pm

    10″ King is what I want. I deserve it because I think the Bill of Rights says I do, “you deserve a good nights sleep” and besides my wife and I have created our own sleeping impressions on our 15 year old mattress that are better descriped as the “the lost valley”.

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  129. Logan Maloy October 22nd, 2014 at 1:07 pm

    10″ King, sorry to pick the expensive one but that is what we have the base for. I have no idea how old our current mattress is, we were given it as a wedding gift 4 1/2 years ago from my wife’s great aunt who had gotten it from one of her nieces, who (knowing how frugal they are) probably got it from someone else in the family several years before that.

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  130. Mel October 22nd, 2014 at 1:31 pm

    I would like the 10 inch in King size.

    My current mattress is a queen and at least 10 years old. I’d like the larger bed.

    If anyone from Tuft and Needle is reading- I couldn’t find what the weight capacity is for the 5 inch bed. The website just says that the 10 inch has a higher capacity, but I couldn’t find what the dividing line is.

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  131. Bonnie October 22nd, 2014 at 2:26 pm

    I would love a ten inch king. Our current mattress isn’t very old, a little over 3 yrs. But I’m terribly disappointed in it. It developed big dips within the first year. But I can’t afford a new traditional mattress.

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  132. KC October 22nd, 2014 at 2:50 pm

    A 10″ king is what we currently use (and loved when we supersized from a queen). The thing has to be over ten years old and it has about had it. I can’t really afford a new one for now, but if would be a lot of fun to surprise my wife. Health wise she would really benefit from a new comfy place to sleep.

    Anyway, thanks for the offer and good luck to all!

    KC

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  133. Kristine October 22nd, 2014 at 3:06 pm

    Send me the 10″ Queen – – ah…looks so nice! Our’s is nearly 15 yrs old, very lumpy!

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  134. Nate B October 22nd, 2014 at 3:14 pm

    10″ Queen! The current one is at least 5 years old now and showing all the body imprints.

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  135. Adalaide October 22nd, 2014 at 3:16 pm

    I’d love a ten in a queen. I suffer from CRPS and have for 5 1/2 years now. My husband and I have been married for 6 1/2 years. After I developed my condition I could no longer share a bed with my husband because it was far too painful for me to be in bed with him because he sometimes fidgets in his sleep. Our mattress was new when we were married but the whole thing wiggles when someone moves. It still breaks my heart knowing that if we could afford a mattress that didn’t transfer motion so much we could still cuddle every night. Instead we’re pinching pennies to pay for medical treatment because I’m unable to work.

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  136. rachel October 22nd, 2014 at 3:17 pm

    Ten in a queen size… We inherited our mattress from my husband’s grandparents!

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  137. Ellie October 22nd, 2014 at 3:18 pm

    I’d looove The Ten, in a Queen or bigger (two people on a small bed can be tough!). I’m not sure how old my mattress actually is, I bought it used (I know! I’m sorry!!). I’ve had it for years and years… Even if I don’t get this mattress, at those prices I could save up for a new one in a year or so! Obviously, it would be wonderful to have a new mattress for the first time in my life (why is it that buying new mattresses is seen as a completely unneeded expense?), especially if it was a gift!

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  138. Jennifer G October 22nd, 2014 at 3:26 pm

    My husband and I have been sleeping on our current mattress for 15 years, sleeping on it uncomfortably for at least the last 7 year. If we were to get a tuft and needle mattress, I believe he would be most comfortable with the 10 inch mattress. I would be satisfied with either 5 or 10, as long as it is more comfortable than what we have.

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    • Jennifer G October 22nd, 2014 at 3:26 pm

      I forgot to say, Queen.

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  139. Leroy October 22nd, 2014 at 3:37 pm

    I would love to try the Ten in a Queen size. I really don’t don’t know how old our current mattress is. We have had it for 3 years now but we bought it at a second hand store. It sure doesn’t look moodern, so I am sure it has plenty of years going on it. We had just moved into our new house and money was tight so we sacrificed to just get something to sleep on. A new mattress would be much appreciated by both our bodies, especially our backs!

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  140. Katie October 22nd, 2014 at 3:46 pm

    While living with my mother I slept on my fathers old mattress from his twenties…..pretty bad! When I moved out I bought the cheapest mattress I could afford on my college budget. My mattress is currently only 2-3 years old but I can’t wait to be able to purchase something with a bit more comfort. A queen size 10 inch!

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  141. Josiah October 22nd, 2014 at 3:51 pm

    I’d love the 10″ twin. My current mattress has been in the family for at least 15 years, and was probably gotten used.

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  142. Carla October 22nd, 2014 at 4:15 pm

    The Ten in a queen size would fit my current boxsprings. I don’t know how old my bed is. It came with the house. I tried sleeping on it, but my back hurt so bad that I now sleep in my recliner.

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  143. Amanda October 22nd, 2014 at 4:53 pm

    I would love the ten in a twin size! My son is 13 and has doubled in size it seems this summer. His mattress is 11 years old and we desperately need to get him a new one for his growing body. His current mattress offers no support so he is having back and hip pain from it. This would be amazing! Thank you so much for the opportunity!!!

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  144. Michelle October 22nd, 2014 at 4:55 pm

    I’d love the 10″ full. My current bed is a 15 year old futon, which I’ve long run out of ways to flip, and have simply shored up the bumps and sags with a hand-me-down mattress pad, and a couple of layered blankets. It would be nice to get a good nights sleep for once and not wake up after 7 hours feeling like I’d just gone to bed. Kudos to the Tuft and Needle creators, what a great product idea!

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  145. Amanda October 22nd, 2014 at 4:57 pm

    I forgot to mention that this was a very well written review. It’s nice to hear what it was like for you at different variances of time.

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  146. Lisa October 22nd, 2014 at 5:04 pm

    I would love to try a 10 in a queen size. My husband has been complaining about his arms, shoulders, and neck going numb in bed. This sounds ideal!

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  147. Diana Martin October 22nd, 2014 at 5:30 pm

    10 inch full. My son’s mattress is about 13 years old and he really needs a new one. It would be great to win one. Thanks for the chance.

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  148. David Tankersley October 22nd, 2014 at 6:02 pm

    The 10 in full or queen would be great. I have a degenerative back disease (no tissue between two vertabrae), which can’t really be fixed. Only through the injection of steroids into back tendons can it be tolerable. Right now my wife and I are sleeping on a 16 year old bed that she received when she was a kid. We just got married and moved and are roughly 5 hours away from the closest family members.
    We are in desperate need of a mattress for family visitors as well as an upgrade for our piece of “craptress.”. With me being in grad school and us both working part time, we simply can’t drop $200 on one, regardless of the great price point. Just this one mattress would not only help us, and my back, but also provide us with the ability to house family.

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  149. Sandra Kenny October 22nd, 2014 at 6:13 pm

    Five regular twin . I don’t know how old my mattress is I received it third hand , but I’m debating if the floor might be more comfortable !! I have never had a new mattress and I would bet my seventy year old body would really love it ……

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  150. Adam Hall October 22nd, 2014 at 6:34 pm

    The Ten in a Queen would be lovely. I have no idea how long the mattress I currently rest my head on at night has been in existence, but if the permanent indentations are any indication, I’d say it’s at least a decade old, probably closer to two… The real reason I’d love an upgrade is because I actually happen to be about 60% done with a project: I’m building a bed frame! So I’m going to have to buy a new mattress sooner or later, but I would much prefer the later that involves winning the one you’re giving away. lol Just keep that in mind ;)

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  151. Ben Luthi October 22nd, 2014 at 6:44 pm

    The Ten queen size would be a perfect gift for my in-laws. They’ve had the same mattress for the last 25 years–which is insanity in my opinion.

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  152. ashley October 22nd, 2014 at 7:21 pm

    Unfortunately my mattress is less than 1.5 years old, and the sagging has made me miserable. My back is in constant pain – despite having rotated it. What makes it worse is that the company is telling me the sagging is not sufficient to qualify for the warranty.

    I’d really like the Tuft and Needle 10 in a full, and I’d love to have as great a night sleep as you described in your post!

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  153. Doree Nowack October 22nd, 2014 at 7:25 pm

    I would love a 10 in a king. My bed is at least 15 years old. My side has a dip in it and it is not very comfortable anymore. We have two dogs that like to sleep with my husband and me so I hope the mattress can accomidate them too.

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  154. Betsie October 22nd, 2014 at 8:40 pm

    10 inch Twin. I’ve been sleeping on a mattress with self evident springs that was in use before I graduated out of a crib size. (Closer to two decades than not.) Sleeping is one of my favorite things to do. Working random nights and the mattress are, I suspect, significant in the downfall of this year’s joy. I was delighted to hear about Tuft & Needle and am going to find a way to bring one into my home some way or another.

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  155. Rich Morriss October 22nd, 2014 at 9:24 pm

    The 10″ Queen would be very nice. I have Ankylosing Spondylitis caused by psoriactic arthritis, and have had my mattress almost 12 years now. I can only sleep in one position at night, and it would be nice to have a mattress that would accommodate that.

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  156. Sarah October 22nd, 2014 at 9:33 pm

    The Ten in Queen would be perfect. Goodness only knows how old the mattress is that I sleep on. It was already in the apartment when I moved in with my now husband, and I’m pretty sure he inherited it from a friend who moved. All I know is that it is horribly uncomfortable and every time he rolls over I get bounced up in the air.

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  157. Brian Thomson October 22nd, 2014 at 9:41 pm

    The Ten queen. Our memory foam topper is only 9 months old. But the pillow top mattress (pillow top removed) is about 8-9 years old. I can’t remember that last time I got a good nights sleep. Having three kids in the last five years may have something to do with it

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  158. Elizabeth C October 22nd, 2014 at 10:07 pm

    The 10″ Queen would be great for my grandfather. He is 93 years old, going to be 94 in a couple of months. A new mattress would really help with his back issues. I am not sure how old his mattress is, but he has had it since before my grandmother died nearly two decades ago. He grew up very poor and as a child slept on the floor because his family could not afford beds, so he appreciates the little things that many people take for granted. Although he is not asking for a new bed, it would be a great gift for him. Even if he doesn’t win, I am considering buying him a Tuft & Needle mattress because the price and reviews are great and he really does need a new mattress. I had never heard of Tuft & Needle before this post!

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  159. Lupe October 22nd, 2014 at 10:17 pm

    I would love to win a Ten King. Our current mattress is over 20 years old and on our 3rd co-sleeping child. It sags and has got nice little valleys that make us all roll towards the middle. We’ve taken to sleeping crosswise so as to not crash into each other…

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  160. Leah Richmond October 22nd, 2014 at 11:02 pm

    I would love to win the Ten- King :-) I deserve to win ’cause I’ve had my mattress for 12 years, and when I got it, it was an already used free pile score! Yikes haha

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  161. Patrick S October 22nd, 2014 at 11:34 pm

    I want the Ten in a queen. My mattress is 23 years old. It was a hand me down from my parents. I am getting married and would love to have my wife to be and I be able to sleep together on a brand new mattress instead of a hand me down old mattress!

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  162. Lori R October 22nd, 2014 at 11:42 pm

    I would be love to win the 10″ Queen. The mattress we have is at least 18 years old. I have put off getting a new foam one because I didn’t want the fumes. I would love to try this one.

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  163. Shad Watson October 23rd, 2014 at 12:25 am

    I like the 10″ full size mattress. Mine is only a few years old but is a really cheap and has packed down.

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  164. Maritza October 23rd, 2014 at 12:36 am

    I would LOVE the 10″ King or queen. My husband has had the bed we sleep on for 15+ years but it makes me wake up constantly throughout the night and gifts me back pains in the morning. Being a new mom who is up multiple times a night, I could use all the sleep I can get! ;)

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  165. M.E. October 23rd, 2014 at 12:48 am

    I would love to win the 10″ queen mattress to give to my mom! She is sleeping on a really old twin mattress from the early 90s and I would really like to see her in a new (adult-sized) bed. She sleeps poorly (what a shocker on a 20+ year old mattress…) and I think it is high time she get some good quality sleep. What a bonus that these are made in the U.S. and are recyclable. It would also be fun trying to gift wrap a mattress for the holidays and try to fit that thing under the tree :)

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  166. Christian October 23rd, 2014 at 1:27 am

    The 10 in full. I am still using my same mattress that I have had for 8 years now that my parents gave me. it’s a cheap one, that is hard as a rock.

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  167. Kate October 23rd, 2014 at 4:00 am

    I would love the Ten in Queen. Our current mattress is at least 16 years old, which means four pregnancies and 7 moves. I keep trying to convince myself that it is fine, but it just isn’t :)

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  168. Natasha October 23rd, 2014 at 4:12 am

    Really, having a new mattress like this would be awesome no matter what size. But bein honest in would love the five or ten in a king size.

    The reason I need this. I have a used secondhand mattress and when I say used I mean it, 15 years old and 15 years used. I am not a complainer and love this mattress. It is an upgrade from every other mattress I have had my whole life. But that isn’t saying much.

    In the last four years I have been pregnant more than I have not been pregnant. I now have four kids, ages 3.5, 2 and 6 month old twins. I just really really want the night of sleep described in this review! My husband and I have been in college full time until recently and now my husband is in grad school. We just haven’t been able to afford much. This mattress would be… A little piece of heaven.

    Thank you rockstarfinance.com for such an incredible give away!

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  169. Sarah October 23rd, 2014 at 4:17 am

    A Tuft & Needle bed has been on our shopping list for a very long time. Our current bed is 10 years old. It served us well for a few years with its unknown stains and questionable lumps and valleys. At this point it has become so worn out it’s to the point where it is causing us more restless nights than good. My husband and I both have been suffering from back pain and frequent lack of sleep as a result but honestly I feel so bad for the hubby. He works so hard for our family and on good days gets about 5-6 hours of sleep. Now I’m a sleep traveler due to body parts falling asleep, I get out of bed at lest 3 times in the night and those random aches that hit me have me all over our bed, so basicly I hope its 5-6 hours he’s getting:) Over the past 4 years we have been on a journey to become completely debt free (even lived with the in-laws for a while). We promised ourselves that we would not purchase anything anymore (including a bed) unless we had the cash to pay for it. After 3 years we were making real progress up until a year ago when we hit some tough times. We found out my cousin was suffering from an addiction. We felt like we were in a position to help so we decided to take her in. Fast forward to today, I am happy to report she is very healthy! Supporting her during this time however has set us a little back in our financial plan and we still haven’t been able to get the bed that we need. All that being said, when we were doing some research into if Tuft & Needle beds ever go on sale we were very pleased to come across this contest. I’ve loved being able to go through your website and want to say thank you for this opportunity for a chance to win! I realize our odds are slim but we figured it would be worth a shot. Thanks!
    King-10″

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  170. Kasia October 23rd, 2014 at 4:18 am

    I am not submitting this entry for myself, but for my mom. She needs a new mattress so bad, but due to the very selfless woman that she is, it is something she will never get for herself.
    My mom is the mother of 8 children. She raised us all alone, as my father was extremely abusive and never held a job. They finally divorced when I (the 2nd eldest) was 15, and while being homeless for a year (sleeping on friend’s floors and camping on their lawns and in campgrounds), my mom did everything within her power to keep her kids safe. She has always put herself last. She never has new clothes, new shoes, or new anything, and even at meals, she cooks to the preferences of those left at home and eats whatever without complaint. And when it comes to mattresses! I should mention that my mom is 6′ 6″ tall (it’s okay, you can stare, it’s normal). You can guess that she has never had a new bed, let alone one that even fits her frame. She sleeps with her legs hanging off or curled up with her knees up. Her body has taken the abuse of her life with difficulty–she has deep back pain from constant problems with being tall and the difficult physical things she has been through. She is never able to get enough rest or sleep very deeply. She, more than anyone I know, deserves to have a bed she fits in, feels comfortable in, and truly makes her feel like a princess (like the one in the story, with the pea under the mattresses). I have no idea how old the mattress she is currently sleeping on is–I do know that it was pulled from the rubbish bin at my brother’s apartment complex, because my mom is thrifty/(some people would say crazy) like that. I also know that I, who have sciatica, cannot sleep on it without feeling like I’m going to go crazy because of heightened pain. Comfortable is not in it’s description.
    So yep, that’s it. That’s why my mom deserves to win this mattress giveaway. Because she is amazing. She has always given her all for everyone else, and she deserves to have something given back to her. Plus, it’s her 50th birthday next year. It would be nice if she could wake up at 50 fully rested, in a “princess” bed all her own. The mattress that would fit her best would be the 10″ California King. Thank you for your consideration.

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  171. Barbara Gautney October 23rd, 2014 at 6:56 am

    I would love to have the 10″ Queen mattress. I believe it would benefit my husband greatly, he was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis 3 months ago. He doesn’t sleep well, and his fatigue level is already really bad. They recommend he stay cool and I noticed that was mentioned about this mattress.

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  172. Summer Arrowood October 23rd, 2014 at 7:18 am

    A queen size ten would be amazing. My current mattress is a hand-me-down from my roommate, who also got it used from someone else. Can’t sleep in it for too long without back pain.

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  173. April A. October 23rd, 2014 at 8:15 am

    I’d like the 10″ queen. My current mattress is 8 years old. It was cheap to begin with so by this point it’s pretty miserable. I had just started looking at getting a new mattress but in my price range there aren’t a lot of options and negotiating with pushy sales people stresses me out. :(

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  174. ruth October 23rd, 2014 at 8:26 am

    I have had my mattress over ten years. My husband and I both have back problems. We are unable to afford a new one. I lost my job due to injury and really need a new mattress. I would need a king size 10″. I have five kids so it isn’t possible to get new mattresses for everyone. We all have used mattresses so I’m not sure how old our mattress is. This would be great for my family.

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  175. Kristen Dahlberg October 23rd, 2014 at 8:47 am

    The 5″ Twin XL would be very nice.
    I love traveling but find that sleeping the hardest part of traveling, I use a roll pad that is over 20 years old. With the mattress I could travel with less back pain and less muscle stiffness. As well as a place for my niece and/or nephew to sleep on when they come over to visit.

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  176. Liz O October 23rd, 2014 at 9:55 am

    the 10″ Queen for sure! While I love the idea of a 5″ mattress on the floor, we have a perfectly serviceable boxspring that I’d like to keep. I have been oogling the tuft and needle mattresses for a while, excellent partner! (Oh, and our current mattress is 8 years and 5 moves old. For a cheap one that we could afford when we were 20, it’s done it’s job!)

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  177. Caitlin October 23rd, 2014 at 9:56 am

    We don’t even have a mattress! We have actually been eying the Tuft and Needle ones for when we have a paycheck after our brief period of unemployment. We are currently sleeping on a memory foam topper on a tile floor and my back is aching all the time. I want to get pregnant again but not until I have a comfy bed to sleep in :) we are co-sleepers so would love a king bed, 10-inch.

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  178. Tim October 23rd, 2014 at 10:08 am

    We have a really old full mattress that was given to us and we sometimes end up with a kid in between and it’s a tight squeeze and nearly impossible to sleep. I’d love to win a king bed, 5-inch so we can actually sleep comfortably!

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  179. Francene October 23rd, 2014 at 10:30 am

    I would like 10″ queen. I am a single mom with twin boys with special needs and I work the 12 hour night shift as a nurse tech at a children’s hospital taking care of my lovely patients who are battling cancer and blood disorders. Plus attend class during the day so I am busy. This would be so wonderful to have a new mattress to come climb on and rest my tired bones from a busy night or day. My old mattress has seen many days of sick kids, movie nights(with pizza and juice accidents) and has been a comfort to my boys from when we have had thunderstorms. It’s time to replace old Queenie because she’s tired.

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  180. Jenlarson October 23rd, 2014 at 12:59 pm

    I would want a twin-size Ten mattress for my son. We bought his current one used, through craigslist 6 years ago, and when my husband was play-wrestling with the boy a few weeks ago, one of the springs broke :/ If we don’t win – we’ll have to check them out, for sure!

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  181. Lisa October 23rd, 2014 at 2:25 pm

    Would love to try a 10″ queen size!

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  182. Bob October 23rd, 2014 at 2:27 pm

    Boy could I use one of these. I’d take a 10 queen or king!

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  183. Tweet October 23rd, 2014 at 5:33 pm

    10″ king would be amazing!
    My husband and I both have back issues, and this sounds awesome!

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  184. kimberlee stone October 23rd, 2014 at 8:55 pm

    We are looking at a 10″ full size mattress for each of our kids and a 10″ King for my husband and I. We spent way too much on our old mattress and have regretted it ever since! We need relief for our back issues and our bank account!!

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  185. Eric October 23rd, 2014 at 9:55 pm

    I’d get a 10″ Queen. Our mattress is horrific. It was my wife’s when she was in college…so that’s at least 8 years old. And I think she got it from her parents before that.

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  186. Rick October 24th, 2014 at 8:10 am

    We have had our old mattress for almost 20 years. We both work just to meet the bills and can’t afford a new one right now. My wife has been having back problems so we can’t even sleep in the same bed anymore. Hopefully a new mattress will help. A 10″ Queen would be great.

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  187. Jon October 24th, 2014 at 11:41 am

    One day late! Can I still enter? Queen size please.. current one over 15 years old… and it’s springs are shot and it hurts! Would love to win

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  188. J. Money October 25th, 2014 at 5:06 pm

    **GIVEAWAY NOW OVER***

    Thanks for participating everyone! The answer of our first Rockstar Finance giveaway is… Kasia! Congrats! Look for an email from Tuft & Needle soon :)

    I wish I could give at least 20 of you a new mattress after hearing your stories, but sadly I cannot :( Google around for other Tuft & Needle giveaways going on though as I know a handful of my other blogger friends are doing them as well.

    Good luck! And thanks for reading Rockstar Finance!

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  189. Megan Quan November 28th, 2014 at 8:06 pm

    A 10″ queen size mattress would be amazing!! I’ve looked online and seen some amazing reviews! Crossing my fingers. Thank you thank you!

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  190. Hope December 13th, 2014 at 10:53 pm

    Kasia’s mom sounds like a Rockstar. I’m glad she won, good choice.

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